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“I try to reconstruct interiors that are dreamy and surreal.” Anton Cotteleer on the role of art, Antwerp and the domestic skin of his sculptures
Soft? Tactile Dialogues will walk you through 1970s explorations of femininity and domesticity, to fragile and kitsch wall hangings by contemporary artists. For the occasion, we’ve selected four participating artists whose work you cannot miss, carrying on with Antwerp-based sculptor Anton Cotteleer.
“Spontaneity, openness in its reduction and subliminal humour.” Jenny Brosinski on her gestural oil paintings
Soft? Tactile Dialogues will walk you through 1970s explorations of femininity and domesticity, to fragile and kitsch wall hangings by contemporary artists. For the occasion, we’ve selected four participating artists whose work you cannot miss, kicking off with Berlin-based painter Jenny Brosinski.
How Philippe Braquenier’s work exemplifies Europe’s juxtaposing contrasts
As Eurotopie's resident photographer, we shoot Philippe Braquenier several questions on being tasked with documenting the European Quarter, from its present state to future possibilities.
“My paintings are like an interior.” The geometric art of Léon Wuidar
Liège-born and -based painter Léon Wuidar celebrated his 80th birthday this summer. With two shows in Brussels this September, the public has been spoilt rotten with opportunities to discover his wonderful paintings.
“Hinges, joints and knots are fundamental to my work.” Bram Kerkhofs on modernising functional furniture
Design September is launching #ikkoopbelgisch/#jachetebelge for the very first time, ando help you get to grips with the unlimited talent on show, we’ve gathered together three of the brightest young things that would be foolish to miss. Kickstarting the mini-series is Bram Kerkhofs, set to showcase at Ditto.
Plant sounds and travel logs: Romain Scaillet’s mixed-medium artistic approach
From photography to drawings, short film to music production, we took the chance to get some insights into Romain Scaillet's work by posing a couple of questions.
“I was respected in Charleroi because no other girl had the balls to do what I had done.” Sarah Lowie’s vivid new realism
We put a few last-minute questions to emerging photographer Sarah Lowie in a Whatsapp conversation as stern and sincere as her artistic narrative.
“I believe that art is a human need”: Tatjana Gerhard’s re-invention of the world
Zürich native and Ghent-based artist Tatjana Gerhard showcases her long career tributing the human figure, ahead of her upcoming solo-exhibition Rag Doll Act at Waregem's Be-Part.
Philip Vormwald’s tribute to chaos
Next up with Philip Vormwald's monochromatic chaos, we're shining some light on The Hope's nominees ahead of Collectible's opening in a rather impromptu yet necessary collaborative mini-series.
Héloïse Rival on her work, challenges and the everyday inspirations
Continuing with Héloïse Rival's unconventional practices, we're shining some light on The Hope's nominees ahead of Collectible's opening in a rather impromptu yet necessary collaborative mini-series.
“Belgium is challenging as it is an unescapable art platform in Europe”: Eric Stephany’s work on balance
Carrying on with Eric Stephany's geometric forms, we're shining some light on The Hope's nominees ahead of Collectible's opening in a rather impromptu yet necessary collaborative mini-series.
Martin Hyde’s questioning of the real world
Kicking off with Martin Hyde's surrealism, we're shining some light on The Hope's nominees ahead of Collectible's opening in a rather impromptu yet necessary collaborative mini-series.
Seeing the bigger picture: Nick Ervinck’s virtual reality
With the virtual world at the tips of his fingers, Nick Ervinck's brush is a radical tool for control and manipulatation, and in creating exciting new possibilities like printing pre-designed food.
“I look at life with an urge to understand its shape and core”: Elke Andreas Boon’s gaze at the brutal and vulnerable
Nothing holds Ghent's Elke Andreas Boon back as she unflinchingly tackles thorny questions on belonging and survival, pain and empathy in her wide-ranging oeuvre.
The pertinent eclecticism of Dieter Ravyts
Young contemporary artist Dieter Ravyts talks us through his vivid portfolio, from starting points to inspirations.
The limitless world of artist Bert Jacobs
Brussels-based Bert Jacobs, Dusangneuf Osangsett 's new resident artist, talks perspectives, space and upcoming plans.
Brussels-based photographer Aglaia Konrad’s bricks and mortar
The Brussels-based photographer guides us through her reading of (urban) decision-making at different levels.
Seven Belgian-based artists to keep on your radar (Part 4)
Part 4 of our selection of seven Belgian-based artists to keep your eyes on.
Seven Belgian-based artists to keep on your radar (Part 3)
Part 3 of our selection of seven Belgian-based artists to keep your eyes on.
Seven Belgian-based artists to keep on your radar (Part 2)
Part 2 of our selection of seven Belgian-based artists to keep your eyes on
Seven Belgian-based artists to keep on your radar (Part 1)
Part 1 of our selection of seven Belgium-based artists to keep an eye on.
Photographer Sébastien Van Malleghem
Photographer Sébastien Van Malleghem (1986) is this year's recipient of the Bozar Nikon-Monography Series Award for his reportage PRISONS.
Artist and curator Lieven Segers
Antwerp-based artist Lieven Segers (1975) on his curated exhibition Pom' Po Pon Po Pon Pon Pom Pon at Middelheim Museum and his solo show The Joke Is On Me at Base Alpha.
We take a look at the work Clément Montagne created in the context of our residency project, Dusangneuf Osangsett.
Photographer Michèle Matyn
Michele's Matyn's elusive yet mesmerizing photographic work is featured in our soon to be released September edition.
Stephanie De Smet’s Inside green
Photographer Stephanie De Smet, Instagram's #insidegreen queen, reveals the ins and outs behind her iconic series.
Photographer Griet Van de Velde
We talk to photographer Griet Van de Velde about her artistic practice and the two men instrumental to her visual narrative.
Ren Hang opens up to us about his provocative images and risking jail time.
Adelheid De Witte
Artist Adelheide de Witte on her latest series of painting, Guest rooms, that she'll be showing in her Gent studio this weekend.
Eliza Sys’s Los Angeles
We catch up with an old family member who's now based out in LA capturing its streets.
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